Fairfield Meadows is a beautifully designed Layton community that rests on the terrace alongside the Wasatch Mountains. With its scenic mountain backdrop, this quiet, country-style neighborhood gives off an inviting family-friendly feel. Large lot sizes with extended setbacks and wide roads gives the community a sense of spaciousness.
Just minutes away from shopping, dining, and outdoor recreation, Fairfield Meadows is an ideal place to live.
Layton, Davis County’s most populated city, is adjacent to Hill Airforce base and located just twenty-four miles north of Salt Lake City. Once a part of neighboring Kaysville, Layton broke away and became its own city in 1880. It remained a small farming town until Hill Airforce base was built in 1940, after which it became an economic driver for the county and even the state. In recent years, Layton has seen an explosion of residential and commercial growth, pushing it to become the ninth largest city in Utah.
The growth of the area brought in the FrontRunner commuter rail and a restaurant district, along with several new parks and family-friendly bike trails. In Layton, there is always some community event going on. From outdoor concerts, farmers markets, and Independence Day pancake breakfasts to electric parades, moonlight bike rides, and food truck nights, Layton’s tightknit community is definitely one of its most charming attributes.